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“I Especially Apologise To All Sections Of Society For This” – Buhari Says Sorry To Nigerians Over Petrol Scarcity And Power Outage

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President Muhammadu Buhari has apologized to Nigerians over the petrol scarcity and power outage experienced in the country.

President Buhari KOKO TV.NGIn a statement released on Wednesday March 16, by his media aide Garba Shehu, the President said the federal government is working round the clock to attend to the issue. On petrol scarcity, Buhari said;

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“The administration knows the fuel shortage has placed a strain on Nigerian citizens and businesses, but relief is on the way. I especially apologise to all sections of society for this. “The government is working round the clock to attend to this issue. An action plan agreed upon earlier this month is being implemented to address the scarcity.

“Working together with the Major Oil Marketers Association of Nigeria (MOMAN) and the Independent Petroleum Marketers Association of Nigeria (IPMAN), this plan is now bearing fruit. Sufficient fuel supply has returned to a handful of states, with the queues at stations falling.

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In the coming days, we expect this to be the case across the rest of the country.“Looking to the longer term, funds are being targeted toward keeping fuel availability affordable for the country. The international energy markets have surged drastically in recent months, the government will however ensure that consumers are protected against these price spikes.” Finally!!! President Buhari Signs Electoral Act Amendment Bill Into LawBuhari also said blackouts seen due to the problem with the national grid are also being addressed.

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The statement added; “A dip in hydroelectric generation due to seasonal pressures has coincided with technical and supply problems at thermal stations.“On this, the government is also working tirelessly to resolve the issues at the latter to guarantee sufficient power flows into the national grid.”buhari

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